Tennis Identity

Monthly Archives: December 2010

Because of her injury (and myriad of extra-curriculars), Serena Williams won't be playing at the Australian Open in 2011. That said the tennis fashion Nike planned for her will be available at retail...

Ellesse, designer of Italian made sportswear, hasn't distributed tennis apparel in the US for a few years now. Times may be a changing as they are thinking of coming back for Spring/Summer 2011, not...

According to the Tennis Industry Association (TIA), tennis racquet counterfeiting is on the rise, to the tune of $30 million dollars a year. Anyone who has been in NYC has seen the counterfeit Rolex watches,...

Melanie Oudin has left adidas to hang with her long time racquet sponsor Wilson. Oudin will begin wearing her new Wilson court-drobe and footwear in 2011 and will continue to play with the Blade, although...

China's number 1 player Li Na will wear this two piece Nike tennis outfit at the Australian Open 2011.  Completely constructed in Dri-FIT fabric, this outfit is all business yet the princess...

Since I'm sure I'm not getting the Wilson tennis ball couch anytime ever (unless someone has good news for me), I've started to look for other ways to bring tennis into my daily off-court...

"Other sports don't make kids play like adults," says the USTA, why should tennis? Picture a little-leaguer in Fenway Park. Just doesn't happen. Why should it for the littlest in tennis? Junior...

Juan Martin del Potro is headed to Australia, first to the Medibank International in Sydney and then, dare I say it, the Australian Open. With only three ATP tournament appearances in 2010 count me in...

adidas by Stella McCartney is outfitting Caroline Wozniacki once again and good news (a couple of quick vuvuzela blasts) our Dane will have something different to wear for every major tournament in 2011....

I suspect those that buy have something to do with what I'll call the tennis domestication of Rafa. At first glance this Nike outfit is pretty tame for our Spaniard. No worries, he will still be...